Free And Equal Uses Arbitration Against UCLA for Cancelling 2014 United We Stand
Free and Equal Elections, which has sponsored general election presidential debates for candidates excluded from the “big” debates, is set for an arbitration process against UCLA. Free and Equal had a contract with UCLA to use the Pauley Pavilion for its May 2014 United We Stand rally. The rally’s purpose was to expand interest in political participation among young people. The event included many big-name musical and other entertainers, including “Public Enemy”, and thousands of tickets were sold. A few days before the event, UCLA revoked the contract.FEEF seeks between $900,000 and $1 million in damages, prejudgment interest, attorneys’ fees, and costs.
The arbitration process starts on June 24, 2019, and will last up to five days, with witnesses.
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